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Red Feather's Story of the Battle
A Brule Sioux's account of the Battle of the Little Bighorn

From an interview by Gen. H.L. Scott on August 19, 1920.

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Brule Sioux warrior Red Feather in 1902RED FEATHER had been up very late. He had been dancing and was after the girls. Went hard to sleep. Wakened later to hear some woman say, "You young men take the horses to pasture." Later on he heard someone say, "Go get horses -- buffaloes are stampeding!" Magpie came dashing in with the horses, shouting, "Get away as fast as you can, don't wait for anything, the white men are charging!" Just as Red Feather was getting up, the shooting commenced. He saw the soldiers on foot shooting at Sitting Bull's camp. The people in Sitting Bull's camp ran to the Oglala camp. The Oglalas ran, too.

The Indians were catching their ponies and running to the bluff-hills near there. When Red Feather was putting his bridle on his pony, Crazy Horse came out with his bridle and rifle, and said to Red Feather, "Our ponies aren't in yet." Red Feather said, "Take any horse." Red Feather had his horse ready, so he followed the others onto the hill. The hill was covered with men, warriors congregating from the Oglala and Uncpapa camps; the other camps were now in commotion. The sun was quite well up.

The warriors were on horseback, while the women and children were...


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